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Healing Heart

Jarina Begum has to maintain her family by hard labor like stone crashing and her eight years daughter Saleha also accompanying her to do the adversity because of poverty .Mother with her eight years old daughter is doing this job to maintain a four member’s family.Jarina gave birth of three children and now struggling to survive , like Jarina thousand of people who are homeless ,deprived from basic needs of life like food , shelter, education,medication and clothes.

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Bring happiness In Ramadan

Bring happiness In Ramadan is a long term project of Youth Club Of Bangladesh. Youth Club Of Bangladesh has taken a initiative to provide iftar , donating clothes & the Holy Quran in month of Ramadan among the deprived people specially poor children. Our goal is to make them happy and provide nutrious food at least for one day. In this continuation we successfully host three programs in last 2 years. In 2013 YCB arranged a Iftar distribution program named “Iftar For Deprived children” among the children of SHOPNOPURI SCHO Continue reading Bring happiness In Ramadan

Thalassaemia: Treatment & Beyond … A Day Long Conference on Thalassaemia

We believe that prevention release from Thalassemia. So, last 6th June Youth club of Bangladesh & Bangladesh Thalassemia jointly organised a day-long conference on “Thalassemia: Treatment & Beyond. prof. Dr. kamrul Hasan khan, Vice-chancellor of BSMMU, was present in conference as a chief guest. Also, prof. Dr. Afiqul Islam, Chairman, Dept. of Paediatric Haematology & Oncology, BSMMU, prof. Dr. Abid Hossain Mollah, Dept. of Neonatology, DMCH, prof. Masuda Begum, Dept. of Haematology, BSMMU, prof. Dr. Chowdhury Yakub Jamal, Dept. of Paediatric Haematology & Oncology BSMMU were present there as special guest’s. The chief guest prof. Dr. Kamrul Hasan Khan told in his speech “Duty must be taken by youth for preventing thalassemia. And they change thinking of society about Thalassemia.” National prof. Dr. M R Khan was present there as a Guest of Honour. Continue reading Thalassaemia: Treatment & Beyond … A Day Long Conference on Thalassaemia

Thalassaemia: Treatment & Beyond… a Technical Conference on Thalassaemia

Thalassaemia is the name of a group of genetic inherited disorders of the blood. More specifically, it is a disorder of the hemoglobin molecule inside the red blood cells. It is an inherited genetic disease, i.e. a disease that is passed from parents to children through the genes.
It is not infectious and cannot be passed on from one individual to another by personal or any other contact, through blood transfusion, food or air.

In Bangladesh no definite data regarding the carrier status of hereditary haemoglobin disorders exist. A Conservative World Health Report estimates that 10-12 % people are carrier of Thalassaemia.  As there is 4% are Carrier of Beta- Thalassaemia & 6% are carrier of  Haemoglobin- E Trait. Therefore more than 15 million are Thalassaemia Carrier. Concern is increasing that thalassaemia may become a very serious problem in the next 50 years.

Bangladesh Thalassaemia Samity in association with Youth Club of Bangladesh  are going to organize a conferance on Thalassaemia.  There will be many renowond Hematologist, Pediatrics, of Bangladesh present there as Speaker. Continue reading Thalassaemia: Treatment & Beyond… a Technical Conference on Thalassaemia

Awareness on Hepatitis at Bangladesh Today

An article on Hepatitis was published yesterday at Bangladesh Today Online Site

হেপাটাইটিসহেপাটাইটিস-এর লক্ষণ ও করনীয়

 

সানজিদা জামান: হেপাটাইটিস এক মরন ব্যাধি ,সারা জীবন ব্যাপি বয়ে বেরানো এক অভিশাপের নাম যাকে আমরা প্রায়শই জন্ডিস বলে অবহেলা করে থাকি । কিন্তু আমরা জানি কি  জন্ডিস  কোনো  রোগের  নাম নয় ।  রক্ত , লিভার , পিত্তনালি , অগ্ন্যাশয়  সম্পর্কিত রোগের লক্ষন মাত্র । আর হেপাটাইটিস হচ্ছে ভাইরাসের মাধ্যমে  লিভারের প্রদাহ জনিত কারনে সৃষ্ট রোগ । ৫ ধরনের ভাইরাস রয়েছে যা হেপাটাইটিস সৃস্টি করে । এগুলো হল-  hepatitis  A, B, C, D & E ভাইরাস।

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